The two most popular battle royal games – PUBG and Fortnite are tirelessly clashing with each other. Recently the Fortnite announced to release the game for the Android version. In the meantime, the PUBG officially announced its LITE version for the lower-end Android devices.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds mobile a.k.a. PUBG which is initially launched in March 2017. Till now the game has more than 50 million downloads on Google PlayStore. The new PUBG lite which mainly focuses on the lower Android versions which were not compatible with the original PUBG mobile version.
The only difference between the original and the lite version is that the lite version can only have 40 players in one point at a time instead of 100 players in the full-fledged version. Also, the map size has been reduced in the lite version.
Tencent cases the Unreal Engine 4 can convey “stunning visual experience”, combined with amazing sound and 3D sound impacts. In any case, remember that the amusement is still in beta testing so you may see minute contrasts in the illustrations and discover some execution slacks too.
As of now, the lite version is only available to Philippians and there’s no clue about when it will be available to other countries. Still, users can download the lite APK from here. They also need to download the obb file (which can be downloaded from here) and save it in Android’s obb folder. Since the game is limited to Philippians, we can use a VPN service to play the game on their mobile.
While PUBG is doing sensational in Google Play Store, Epic Games’ Fortnite has chosen to remain off from Google Play Store by and large.